The Passap knitting machine is one of the most sought after knitting machines in the world due to its ability to make knitting techniques. The word is that 40,000 different types of knitted fabrics can be made on the Passap knitting machine. That should be enough to keep someone busy for a moment or two.
Having so much choice is great, but the way to get from here to there is quite extensive. Many people buy their Passap knitting machines and even before they look through the manuals, they start pressing buttons and playing.
The tuition fee for learning the Passap e6000 for beginners can be very high, because the damage that can be caused by this kind of approach is expensive to repair if it can be repaired at all.
On the other hand, the simple steps for the Passap are really easy to do if you have the order from the beginning. Resisting the urge to just start playing and pressing buttons is difficult. In many areas of our lives that is the approach we have often followed. Why read the instructions? Often they were written in a language that we did not understand and our impatience to just get to work prevented us from delaying long enough to find the clues. This is a very wrong move for a Passap knitting machine.
Yesterday I wanted to cook something in my new microwave and the instructions were to do part of the process at full power and the rest of the process at the middle position. It was so easy to find the instruction book and find out how to get to the middle power level, take the steps and get the project started. (I was hungry)
I wondered if I'd just started pushing buttons if I ever reached the cooking part of the process. Some things are more intuitive than others. In the case of the microwave and the Passap, the steps are not what you might think and therefore you can spend a lot of time pressing buttons without a positive result. My dinner would have taken much longer to get ready and I would have been really hungry if I had not opened the manual and looked up and then entered the correct steps. Not what I thought they should be, but what the computer had to have on the microwave to work.
Then let's call the touch button. That is when you are in the console trying to do the programming and keep pressing buttons to return to a screen on the console that looks familiar and stops the electronic buzzing of the console if you make a mistake. That is an annoying sound.
Instead of turning the console off and on again, there is a better solution to stop that sound and a solution that is highly recommended instead of the reflex action to turn off the console. You even have 3 choices of things you can do instead.
Each of these three choices is much better for you and for the knitting machine – it is catching ourselves fast enough to make another choice. Depending on how long you have been knitting your Passap, you may need to do a serious re-training to solve this problem.
However, it is important that you start working on this, since the Passap machines are no longer manufactured and if you maintain your unhealthy reactions, you can irreparably damage your machine. I don't know how you are, but I just couldn't handle working with my Passap machines when I want to knit.
Make a decision to get to know your Passap knitting machine, how it works and the steps you should take when the computer dialogue takes you to an error screen and electronic buzzing, so that you can correct the missed data entry that caused this to happen in the future. happened. It is just a click on a button in the wrong order that is causing the error and a click on a button to correct it.
Learn the right buttons to hit when you encounter this situation and don't just start pressing or hitting buttons randomly to try and stop the buzz. It is very easy if you only know the steps and in which order you should put them when you talk about the programming part of the knitting project.
Make sure that the tuition fees that you pay to teach your Passap knitting machine take you to the right steps and not in the wrong direction.
Knitting has always been a fun hobby, but also a very useful one. Over the years, knitters have enjoyed making all kinds of projects; everything from sweaters and Afghans to knitted carpets and toys.
One of the most popular and versatile knitting projects is scarf knitting. Once considered a starting point for beginners, knitting with scarves has made a creative and beautiful niche for themselves. You can knit scarves all day every day and never come to the end of ideas.
Here are five trends in what is nowadays popular in knitting scarves:
# 1 Eyelash yarn
This very popular yarn is a new yarn that is used in combination with other yarns, or as an accessory to complete a knitting project with something special. The thread base from which it is composed can be metallic, matte or a combination thereof. If you only knit with eyelash yarn, your project will get a blurry appearance, very soft to the touch. You can make kids' scarves with eyelashes, and kids love the soft feel and texture and colors of this very unique yarn.
# 2 Confetti yarn
This yarn is very light and soft as can be soft. It usually comes in pretty pastel colors, just perfect for knitting for baby. You can use this yarn with another or alone. I used confetti yarn when knitting a blanket for my granddaughter Julia. I alternated rows of confetti with rows of another soft pastel baby yarn. The results are amazing.
# 3 DIY
Because there are so many different and unique yarns to knit with, I always like to put together my own original knitting projects. If you visit your local yarn store aka LYS, you will find so many options for knitting scarves that the ideas never seem to end. And that is good. Because once you're done with one scarf, you can start another and it looks very different. The days of boring looks with garter stitching are over. Just combine a hip yarn in a spectacular color and everyone you know wants one yourself.
# 4 Cowls
Now here is a project that is hotter than hot. Cowls, also known as mobius knitting, is now very popular. And no wonder. These small beauties are attached to their ends when they are ready and they are also called Infinity scarves. In addition to looking great with any wardrobe, hoods are the best warmer upper on cold winter days. They are easy to knit and can be finished in a weekend.
# 5 Color outside the lines
I remember coloring books, and how careful I was to never get the colored pencil outside of the area where I was coloring, otherwise it would be ruined. Not so with knitting. Especially knit with a scarf. Because of all the yarn choices we have, putting together beautifully crafted shawls is so easy. And so nice.
So there you have it. Five trends in knitting scarves today. Because they are so popular and classic, I expect they will be around for a long time.
Have fun knitting!